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  • Students on the Promenade returning home from war, 1944.Students on the Promenade returning home from war, 1944.
  • The 125-foot Phillips Theme Tower, symbol of Pepperdine’s Christian ethos, was constructed in 1973.The 125-foot Phillips Theme Tower, symbol of Pepperdine’s Christian ethos, was constructed in 1973.
  • The Moreton Bay Fig trees, outside Firestone Fieldhouse, are a visual metaphor of Pepperdine’s reach and its rootedness.The Moreton Bay Fig trees, outside Firestone Fieldhouse, are a visual metaphor of Pepperdine’s reach and its rootedness.
  • Members of The Singin' Trav'lers, Pepperdine College's folk music group, pose under a pier for this 1968 publicity shot.Members of The Singin' Trav'lers, Pepperdine College's folk music group, pose under a pier for this 1968 publicity shot.
  • Pepperdine has a long and proud sports tradition.Pepperdine has a long and proud sports tradition.
  • The Pepperdine student body passionately supports their teams, building school spirit, unity, and pride.The Pepperdine student body passionately supports their teams, building school spirit, unity, and pride.
  • Students working on the Graphic student newspaper in the 1930s.Students working on the Graphic student newspaper in the 1930s.
  • Students in the TV 32 broadcast studio receive instruction from award-winning producer and professor Susan Salas, in red.Students in the TV 32 broadcast studio receive instruction from award-winning producer and professor Susan Salas, in red.
  • Burnett Heroes Garden pays tribute to Graziadio graduate Thomas E. Burnett, Jr. who died on board Flight 93 on September 11, 2001, and all the heroes who gave so much on that day.Burnett Heroes Garden pays tribute to Graziadio graduate Thomas E. Burnett, Jr. who died on board Flight 93 on September 11, 2001, and all the heroes who gave so much on that day.
  • Pepperdine graduates celebrate commencement.Pepperdine graduates celebrate commencement.
Students on the Promenade returning home from war, 1944.1 The 125-foot Phillips Theme Tower, symbol of Pepperdine’s Christian ethos, was constructed in 1973.2 The Moreton Bay Fig trees, outside Firestone Fieldhouse, are a visual metaphor of Pepperdine’s reach and its rootedness.3 Members of The Singin' Trav'lers, Pepperdine College's folk music group, pose under a pier for this 1968 publicity shot.4 Pepperdine has a long and proud sports tradition.5 The Pepperdine student body passionately supports their teams, building school spirit, unity, and pride.6 Students working on the Graphic student newspaper in the 1930s.7 Students in the TV 32 broadcast studio receive instruction from award-winning producer and professor Susan Salas, in red.8 Burnett Heroes Garden pays tribute to Graziadio graduate Thomas E. Burnett, Jr. who died on board Flight 93 on September 11, 2001, and all the heroes who gave so much on that day.9 Pepperdine graduates celebrate commencement.10

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A Portrait of Pepperdine

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A Portrait of Pepperdine: Life at an Extraordinary University is a beautiful achievement in visual storytelling that captures the faces and places that make our University unique. Combining imagery from the past and present, this elegant hardcover book celebrates the passion and spirit of Pepperdine students, faculty, athletes, artists, friends, and family.

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